New non-fiction writing contest starts tomorrow



We will be starting a new non-fiction writing contest tomorrow December 19 2012 – this contest will end on February 16 2013.

Prizes include in this contest will include…

Well what are you waiting for – email your entries today. But please read the rules that are listed below first… 1x1.trans New non fiction writing contest starts tomorrow

Please note that all excepted entries that were not used in our previous non-fiction writing contest will be included in this current one… Please email your submissions to mdcreekmore [at] thesurvivalistblog.net :yes:

The more original and helpful your article is, the more deep and less basic it is, the better the chance, that I will publish it and you will win. Only non-fiction how to do it type articles please. Include photos when possible and appropriate…

Some ideas about the what topics we’re looking for:

  • Saving Money
  • Product and Book Reviews
  • Gardening
  • Preserving Foods
  • Cooking with Basic Foods
  • Food Storage Ideas
  • Raising Chickens
  • Raising Rabbits
  • Raising Goats
  • Keeping Bees
  • Butchering Livestock and Game
  • Hunting, Fishing, and Trapping
  • Building Projects
  • Survival Retreat Locales
  • Communications
  • Off-Grid and Emergency Power
  • Retreat and Home Security
  • Alternative Medicine
  • Emergency Medical Care
  • Nonlethal Boobytraps and Alarms
  • Self-Employment
  • Bartering and Investing
  • Survival Vehicles
  • Alternative Fuels
  • DIY Projects

and other related topics…

Remember that I can only publish original and unique content. Your article can not be published anywhere else and be at least 500 words (1,000 + is prefered) in length.

Copyright of all articles submitted will become the property of The Survivalist Blog dot Net.

If your post is accepted, please be patient as it can be several weeks before I am able to fit your post into my posting schedule. There is no limit to the number of articles you can submit for this contest.

Thank you and good luck…

Comments

  1. M.D.:

    Great prizes. It seems as if your advertisers also recognize the importance of quality information, shared by like-minded individuals.

    Congratulation!